• Thu Nov 25 2021

    I made a working Gameboy CSS art try it out 🕹

    In this post, we will talk about a couple of things that went into this project. First, we will talk about the maze generation algorithm, and the maze solving algorithm. Then we will talk about some CSS art key concepts.

  • Mon Nov 01 2021

    5 tips to finish your side projects and make money doing so

    This past year I worked on a side project, and for once I saw it through to completion and profit. While working on this project, I made some good decisions as well as a lot of mistakes! In this post, I'll share with you 5 points that worked for me. Hopefully they will work for you...

  • Tue Oct 26 2021

    A deep dive into ES6 Classes

    Classes were introduced in ES6 (ECMA script 2015) and we can leverage them to structure our code in a traditional OOP fashion by defining a template for creating objects. In this post we'll learn everything about ES6 classes, then we will compare them with constructor functions and prototypal inheritance...

  • Mon Apr 20 2020

    7 amazing CSS properties you may not know (yet)

    Learning CSS is the way to go to build good-looking web pages. However, in the process of learning it we tend to confine ourselves to always use the same properties over and over. So, in this article, I'll try to introduce you to 7 CSS properties

  • Wed Nov 13 2019

    CSS Grid 3 practical examples

    In this post, we will have a look at 3 situations that you might encounter in your projects as a web developer. First, we will implement a search-filters component. Then, we will have a look at how CSS Grid could help us easily implement an image gallery that otherwise would have been difficult. Finally, we will implement one of those trendy homepage layouts that keep popping up on dribble...

  • Tue Oct 15 2019

    Angular Build more dynamic components with ngTemplateOutlet 🎭

    In this post, we will define what ngTemplateOutlet is, then we will build the list component we mentioned above as well as a card component to see the two most common ngTemplateOutlet use-cases. We will do the implementation of these components step-by-step, so by the end of this post, you should feel comfortable using this in your Angular components...

  • Thu Sep 12 2019

    CSS Grid illustrated introduction

    In this post, we will learn about all the CSS grid properties to build easy and some less easy layouts. We will define everything then we will dig a little deeper to see what we can achieve with CSS grid...

  • Mon Apr 29 2019

    Angular unit testing 101 (with examples)

    In this post, we'll be talking about Angular unit testing, using Karma and Jasmine. By the end of this post, you should feel comfortable writing specs to test your Angular components, directives, pipes, and services as well as learning techniques to test synchronous and asynchronous behaviors...